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People loving clown!
"Bear" was named because he talks to you whenever he sees you in a continuous low growl like an adorable teddy bear! He truly loves people and wants to be with you all the time. Gets along with everyone and is always cheerful, he is awesome in new surroundings and loves to do stuff. he has a good foundation in dressage with very nice gaits. He has limited jumping experience but his first outing with a new rider who was 13 years old he jumped several fences without any problems and was beautiful! He has extensive experience on the trails and will go through water, no problem leading or following in a group. He has done several endurance races and really didn't enjoy it but love loves arenas and being a show horse. He's looking for a new best friend to show off!
Height: 15.1
Age: 117
Sex: Gelding
Colour: Grey
Category: Arabian
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